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  1. Homemade Router Guide Bushing Pin Wrench

    I don't know about you, but for me holding guide bushings while I thread the ring nut from under is a pain, particularly the smaller ones ! For my wrench I've chosen a HDF floor board for its density and its durability and drilled a 3/4" (18mm) hole using a spade bit at the drill press. Then...
  2. Punch Set Tool Holder

    My best friend wanted a punch set tool holder to store his array of punches. Actually, I guess he has a couple of sets of punches. At first my friend wanted "me" to make him one myself. I found this quote on Google, "Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach him how to fish and you...
  3. Three Hole Drilling Jig

    Three Hole Drilling Jig for a Drill Press I'm wanting to store my magazines in a binder and so far, only Woodsmith comes pre-drilled. So I created this simple drilling jig to aid in drilling the magazines. I first drill the center hole then use a 1/4" fluted dowel pin to hold the magazine in...
  4. Cigar Punch and Lighter Combo

    Made these from a custom blank as a Christmas gift for my brother in law. I think he will be happy with it. I don't even remember all the wood species in them. lol.
  5. snake walking stick

    the stick that this is carved from is sasafrass and the scale texture is actually punched into the wood using various scale shaped punches that i made from some old hinge pins. the tounge is painted aluminum because the wood one kept breaking. (the snake it's self is a san diego gopher snake...
  6. Punch Master ~ The ultra precision veneering punch

    This is a new product I have developed but not yet marketed. I think it is pretty neat. I know it is a cookie cutter, but it is probably the most accurate cookie cutter in the world. I can develope any (infinate) tessellated or geometric shape, that's why I am calling my new company Infinity...
  7. Un-stuck-ifier

    What does everyone else use to press the morse taper centers and chucks out of the lathe stock? I didn't like using a screwdriver, so I took a couple of minutes and put this together. I'm not sure what you would call this tool (hence the stupid title) ... maybe a punch? Anyway, it's just...
  8. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I like my new Sorby Sandmaster, but the hook-and-loop discs go for $6.59/10pk for 60-grit, whether through Rockler, or Amazon. They're only 2" diameter, and I've shown already that I can go through 1 or 2 of each grit on a single piece - anywhere from 5-10 by the time I'm done. The price is just...
  9. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    I am torn between a "new" unisaw model 36-L352 that is only two years old and will have three years left on the warranty or an older Powermatic 66. The delta is selling for $1800 and comes with the rolling base and an extra dado insert. The powermatic has the 50" fence and a route-R-lift and...
  10. Blogs
    Miter Jack A few months ago, I bought a miter jack, thinking that I would need to be making some 45 degree miters for the upcoming box swap. Since then, I've changed my plans for what I'm going to build (I got better at dovetails, mostly) and might not be doing miters, but figured that I would...
  11. Off Topic Coffee Lounge
    I'm not the type to ask for help but I don't see any other options at this point. I have been looking for a job for quite some time, only finding that most companies are laying off people not hiring. My situation has become despirite. I am losing my home, can't pay child support, can't afford...
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